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Nursery fees are going up, vacancies are going unfilled for months at a time and staff are leaving childcare because they can’t progress, say the majority of employers in a new survey.

Every early years practitioner needs to know about schemas, and our seminar at the Nursery World show 2016 will be full of useful information.

Our great seminar 'Forest School: adventure, risk and learning' will give invaluable advice about this booming area of practice

Further education colleges face a ‘looming financial crisis’, a committee of MPs has warned.

While the past 90 years may have seen the demise of ‘lady nurses’, the Truby King method and woollen underwear, the same core issues crop up time and again, as Hannah Crown discovers

Job adverts from the past, gathered here, provide a snapshot of a very different childcare sector

Ten per cent of babies need some form of neonatal care. Gabriella Jozwiak finds out about a career that has challenges and rewards in equal measure

Training on environment, communication and parents helped Liz Ludden, senior early years teacher at Dukes and Duchesses, revitalise her setting, though not without some controversy. Hannah Crown reports

Can virtual-reality training be better than traditional face-to-face sessions and work placements? A Scottish-led EU project called Digital Bridges is trying to find out

While many nannies and mothers had happy relationships in the 1920s, correspondence in Nursery World shows how class, values and beliefs on how to raise children would often collide, says Dr Katherine Holden in a new book